I tried sea kayaking this summer and I'm hooked. I'm also going to have some extra time on my hands until spring. So I started looking for boats I wanted, but was never terribly impressed until I found this site. These boats appear to be awesome in every way. So, I'm wondering about the sport tandam. I am 6' 4" and 200 lbs. I wear pants with a 36" or 36" inseam. So I'm concerned by the 31"x17" size of the cockpit. Namely will my legs fit with enough spare room to run foot pedals for a skeg? Next question, in the event that the answer is no can I modify the plans to move the bulkhead forward an inch or two? I am planing to do a lot of fishing from my kayak (with the help of 2 friends, also in sea kayaks, we caught 14 silver salmon in one day out of Valdez AK) and I hope to be doing some distance trips as well. Like 150 milers. I am favoring the fast double because while I am pretty strong I see no need to work harder than I have to over the course of a long day of back country paddling. Also when I have fun I like to do it with my friends, so I don't think I will be going kayaking alone very often, thus making the double a good choice. I would hope that if me and my 200 lb buddy were to go adventure camping we could get by with 75 lbs of gear between us, but never done an extended kayaking trip to find out. (I got by just fine with 45 lbs on a backpacking trip and could have cut out some of the fat at that) So any thoughts or input would be great. Basicly will I fit? If not can the bulkhead be moved a little to accommodate? And is this the best boat for multi day multi person light gear camping/ fishing trips in beautiful Alaska?